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Jean Noel Gagnard




Chassagne Montrachet

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Chassagne Montrachet, Les Petits Clos, 1er Cru, 2016

12x75cl £715.00

1 case Equiv. £59.58 per bottle

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Tasting Note:

A mouthful of a wine, intense and unctuous flavours of citrus and stone fruit, wild honey and butter. Rich, imposing and large-scale. Blockbuster white burgundy. Morgeot is a big vineyard that has the propensity to make very full and sometimes dull and heavy wines, however Caroline’s parcel is from the higher part of the Morgeot on a slope where the wines show more finesse and distinction, this parcel is called Les Petits Clos, which will now be used on the label from the 2011 vintage onwards. Bordering the Santenay road in the lieu-dit (named place) ‘Les Petits Clos’ consists of white clay soil with limestone outcrops and has a good south-east exposure. Ageing is in 30% new oak for 18 months.

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